Jolly Good Causes asks public to vote on new logo

Jolly Good Causes, which was set up in 2014 to provide low cost and free press and comms support to small charities in the UK, is inviting members of the public to help it rebrand and choose a new logo.

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People can vote for their favourite out of five logo options for the third sector business which was set up by Richard James and Jo Barr in 2014.

Having recently relocated to Surrey from London, they want to involve the public in their decision-making.

Members of the public can vote on their favourite from a selection of four possible new logos, as well as the current one used (pictured above). They can also submit their own design to be considered instead.

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Richard James

James (pictured right) explained: “When we got started we didn’t spend much time on the logo as we just wanted to jump straight in and help as many good causes as we could. But now we have decided it is a good time to relook at our logo.

“As a social enterprise, everything we do is for the benefit of charities and the communities they work in, so it seemed only right that we would look to those communities for their opinion on our new look – essentially we are trusting the wisdom of the crowd.”

People can vote for their choice by visiting the Jolly Good Causes website.

The vote, which opened yesterday, will run for two weeks, with voting closing at 7pm on Friday 22 July 2016. The winning logo design will then be announced the following Monday (25th July).

More information can be found at

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